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>> welcome back to "face the nation." for tonight's "60 minutes," scott pelley interview mark owen, the navy seal who has a new book out called "no easy day." owen is a fictitious name. he's trying to protect his identity as he reveals that he's one of the seals who shot bin laden. tonight we're going to learn one of the most important people also involved in the raid was a woman, a cia analyst named jen, who briefed the navy seals about the raid. here's more from tonight's interview. >> i can't give her enough credit. i mean, she, in my opinion, she kind of ted teeeds this this whe thing, wicked smart, kind of feisty. and we'd always talk back and forth-- "what do you think the odds of this are? what do you think the odds of that are? what do you think? 100%?" >> pelley: and you thought what? >> we'll see. >> scott pel seback with us to talk about the other big interview he's been working on, this one for tonight's smipt. and, scott, what a fascinating detail about all the people involved in this raid. i did not know about this cia analyst, a woman who briefed these navy seals on
... it's something... americans know. he goes by the nnme mark owen... he's the former navy seal turned author who penned the book, "no easy day." it tells the firsthand account of the u-s military raad that killed usama bin laden.dach says: "there's been lots of buildup // its something we've never seennbefore where a navy seal speaks out about an operation" owen has come under heavy scrutiny and his life has been threatened. now he's speaking out for the first time... owen sat down with 60 minutes, but for security reasons, both his appearance and his voice were altered. owen says: most siinificant operations in us hhstory, and its sometting that i believe deserves to be told right and dessrves to go in a book and stand for itself" but not everyone agrees...mann says: "the aaerican public doesn't need to know exactly what happened in that building" the pentagon has gone as far as threatening legal action against owwn for an alleged violation of non-disclossre agreements. that's because the manuscript was not submitted for a pre- ppblicati
writes under the pen name mark owen is the first member of seal team six to explain what happened in the raid on bin laden's compound in may of last year. owen has done one interview, which will air on "60 minutes" this sunday. tonight we have part of that interview in which owen tells us about the helicopter crash that might have scuttled the mission. in the interview, owen is disguised and his voice has been altered. was the plan to kill osama bin laden or capture him before you went in? >> this was absolutely not a kill-only mission. it was made very clear to us throughout our training for this that, hey, if given the opportunity, this is not an assassination. you will capture him alive if... if feasible. >> pelley: that was the preferred thing take him alive if you could? >> yeah. we're not there to assassinate somebody. we weren't sent in to murder him. this was, hey, kill or capture. >> pelley: they would fly from afghanistan in two modified blackhawk helicopters to bin laden's compound in abbottabad pakistan. pakistan didn't know they were coming. the helicopters, flown by
of the navy s.e.a.l.s who killed osama bin laden said the mission was not an assassination. mark owen is a s.e.a.l. that wrote a book about the raid. owen said if possible the s.e.a.l.s were top capture bin laden and then following the president they wouldn't tell the president who actually shot him. >> in my mind he looked way younger than i thought he was going to be. his beard wasn't gray. i saw lots of photos of him. they were always gray. his beard was dark black. he was very tall. so chalk that up as something -- >> bin laden was about 6'4". >> right. >> his nose was something i could identify. so, kind of looking at the profile shots and everything, okay, pretty sure that was him but, i'm not willing to make that call. certainly not at that point. >> not willing because owen said they suspected the president was listening at the white house and he was right. the helicopter crash had been reported up the chain of command. owen says the s.e.a.l.s wanted proof before anyone said anything on the radio about killing osama bin laden. they turned to one of the s.e.a.l.s in the room who spoke
the man calling himself mark owens says why the public needs to know what happened. >>> right now 4:36 is the time. i'm happy to welcome back sal castaneda. i hope you had a nice time off. >> i did, pam, thank you very much. we are starting off the morning with a pretty clean slate as it comes to driving around the bay on this monday. tough day on this monday. it looks pretty good. let's take a look at 80 westbound as you head out to the maccar their maze. maze-- mccarthur maze. the road work on 880 northbound is still blocking one of the lanes there near high street. not effecting too many people. this is a look at 280 northbound in san jose. that traffic is moving along very well. 4:37 hello steve. >>> i haven't talked to you in two weeks. >> it's been awhile. >> nice to have you back. kind of a quiet pattern. september you can usual lip get that offshore event and the coast warms up and we get some of your hottest temperatures. so far we are carrying what we had in august to september. there is no sign of any rain either. slightly warmer today. coast, morning fog and then 60s. al
.the event... that's honoring michael phelps.and ravens. owen says: "this operation was one of the most significant operations n us history, and its something that i believe deserves to be told riiht and deserves to go in a book and stand for itself" itself" but next... the former navy seal... who wrote a book about the top secret raid that killed osama bin laden... issspeakiig out or the first time.what details... he wants the public to know. you're watching henson, big day -- we're gonna fly to jersey, then mexico, china and france. you're going to travel through so many time zones, you're going to have jet lag for months. now sink your teeth into that big n' toasted if you're ready to soar. good. exits are here, here, and here. a big day calls for the big n' toasted breakfast sandwich, with fried eggs, cherrywood smoked bacon, and cheese, stacked high on texas toast. grab yours at dunkin' donuts. it's a breakfast favorite. start your big day with a big n' toasted breakfast sandwich from dunkin'. ((break 3)) ((bump in)) the former navy seal... who wrote a book about the top se
down on the farm. movie star vince vaughn and owen wilson shoot scenes at stanford university for an upcoming film. >> living on a budget doesn't mean you have to give up on all the fun. i'm michael finney. later on 7 on your side, three tips to put you on the road to fun and financial secu 4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. >> "finding nemo 3d "is playing in movie theaters this weekend. but giving the oscar the special effects was no easy task. they spent nine months converting files from an antiquated computer program, then they had to go through the movie frame by frame to decide which parts wer
tomorrow? i have the answer coming up >> i'm ken bastida live in the marin headlands, mobile 5, owen wilson and vince vaughn are shooting a,, >> the bay area is a hotbed for electric cars >> there is one thing holding the area back from an electric revolution. we show you the dots on the map that show you just how many charging stations there are and for many drivers that is not enough. one peninsula company has come up with a cure for range anxiety. >> the vehicle charging station at christie field is popular with electric car owners. mark plugs his car in and then spends time convincing others that they should to >> you go to a friend's house and plug in and spend the weekend >> he has to do that because a lot of people still have their doubts about buying a car back in trouble less than 100 mi.. >> the concern that he will run out of juice israel until you have an electric car in which when you realize 90% of the time you plug in when you get home and to unplug it when you leave >> buyers still need reassurance that charging stations will be available if necessary. forest north is helpin
of murder for hire in the killing of fellow marijuana dealer daniel petrolli. the shooter owen barer who is serving 38 years now says wolfe had nothing to do with it, but prosecutors are preparing for another trial. >> i don't know what evidence they have. owe wedge has gone on the stand and -- owen has gone on the stand and admitted that justin had nothing to do with this, that it was only so he could avoid the death penalty himself and judge jackson in federal court found that to be a truthful statement. >> reporter: a new trial is set for october 15th, peggy fox, 9 news now. >>> change of heart today for the virginia board of health. it all centers around controversial new building standards that affect women's clinics. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn in richmond, virginia, where the virginia board of health reverses course by adopting the strict guidelines. when the vote came down, the crowd erupted. they had sat together in peace, but left in turmoil. angry pro choice advocates shouting that politics won and not women. >> please remove them from the room. >> reporter: anti-abortion
wrote the book "no easy day," using the synonym mark owen. he was on the helicopter that crashed on may of 2011. he was also the second man that entered bin laden's bedroom. he talked on "60 minutes" in a disguise, using makeup to alter his face and had his voice altered. >> this was absolutely not a kill only mission. it was made very clear to us throughout our training for this that, hey, if given the opportunity, this is not an assassination. you will capture him alive if you can. >> the pentagon is seeking legal action against owen saying the book contained classified information. owen says nothing in the book compromised the u.s. safety or security. >>> i can't stop smile. the burgundy and gold won their season opener, and perhaps more importantly, robert griffin iii appears to be as good as advised. rg3 threw for 320 yards and two touchdowns as the skins upset the new orleans saints 40-32. he did not throw any interceptions either. the rookie quarterback had the poise of a veteran on and off the field. >> the one thing i don't do is try to stress about anything or try to go out an
by a former navy seal who used the pen name mark owen. in an exclusive 60 minutes interview, the author talked about seal team 6. owen was in the helicopter that crashed the night of the raid. >> these pilots are the best in the world. tapeically, they move right in and stick it. it was like parking a car for these guys. and it was a rough ride. so something was obviously going on. tail rotor and everything happened to miss this wall here and then we were just kind of sliding and falling out of the sky this way. at this point pretty sure we were definitely going in. >> going to crash? >> yes. >> owen did not get permission from the white house the cia or the pentagon before he published this book. he could face legal action from the government. >>> schools in chicago will be open today but the teachers will be absent. they will be walking the picket line today. talks broke down last night, ending months of negotiations. the district is offering a 2% pay raise over 4 years but the chicago teachers's union is seeking a 19% pay raise. the chicago school system has more students than fairfax, mont
's reading from one of his novels. owen march. never heard of him. he's not a baseball player. hmm. yeah, that's true. it sounds like it's going pretty good. well, there is one little problem. what's that? he's 66 years old. next, please. go. go. she ca--go. can i help you? name, please. seinfeld. i made a reservation for a midsize, and she's a small. i'm kidding around, of course. um... o.k., let's see here. 66 years old? well, he's in perfect health. he works out. he's vibrant. you'd really like him. i hate everybody. why would i like him? could you date a 66-year-old woman? well, i'll tell you, she would have to be really vibrant. so vibrant she'd be spinning. we have no midsize available at the moment. i made a reservation. do you have my reservation? yes. unfortunately we ran out of cars. but the reservation keeps the car here. that's why you have the reservation. i know why we have reservations. i don't think you do. if you did, i'd have a car. you know how to take the reservation, you just don't know how to hold the reservation. and that's really the most important part of the res
starring vince vaughn and owen wilson. we were there with the star-struck students. >> there's music in the air. >> a shout. ♪ >> the last time they were together on the big screen was in "the wedding crashers." we are going to get drunk. but lately vince vaughn and owen wilson have been showing up again on college campuses. >> it's owen wilson, oh, my god! owen wilson! >> here they are walking with the notre dame football team, and the duo was recently spotted at georgia tech filming scenes for the upcoming movie "the interns." now they are filming for scenes for the movie at stanford. >> a lot of times it will say stanford, but it won't be stanford, so it's cool to see them do it at stanford. >> the crew was kept a healthy distance away while they filmed, but a professor had a front row seat from his office window and tweeted this photo of vaughn and wilson shooting a dialogue scene with a sound guy off to the side. they play two unemployed 40-somethings who come here in hopes of landing a coveted internship at google. their characters try hard not to stand out, but in real life
back against the defense department. he says author, mark owen, which is a pseudonym, earned the right to tell his story. the defense department says owen violated two nondisclosure"no e was supposed to be released on september len: but it will come out next week. he told scott pelley he has no hidden agenda. >> there has been criticism that the book is timed to influence the election. >> my worry from the beginning is it's a political season. this book is not political whatsoever. no one bad-mouthed either party and we specifically chose september 11th to keep it out of the webb, a former navy seal. he's the author of "the red circle." he's also a friend of mark owen. good morning. >> good morning, guys. >> tell me, why do you think he wrote this book? >> i think he wrote the bookie sen -- book essentially to set the record straight. you see a lot of articles and things about this particular operation. a lot of it really didn't tell the true story. i think his goal is to really set the record straight. >> you've spoken to mark since all of the news around this book has come out. what
on "the young turks." there is a fellow by the name of marco ono owen. that's not his real name. he's part of navy seal six and he's hiding his identity. he was part of the raid of osama bin laden and his account is totally different from what we heard from the white house. this sunday he'll appear on 60 images. apparently this is him in disguise. >> i worried from the beginning that it's a political season. this book is not political whatsoever. it doesn't bad mouth either party. and we specifically chose september 11th to keep it out of the politics. you know, these on either side of the aisles want to make it political, shame on them. >> cenk: a of course it's going to be political right before an election. but i think a much more interesting part of it is what he said about the reality of what happened. now the counter terrorism adviser to the white house said there was a 40-minute fire fight outside of bin laden's home. this is what owen rights. it looked like a bad action movie. it was so wrong. apparently bin laden got shot even before the navy seals got in the room, then they finis
"masterchef" and told abc's ryan owens how she did it. >> a masterchef. >> reporter: a surprise ending is part of the recipe for good reality tv but this ending -- >> christine. >> reporter: -- is nothing short of a shocker. after all, the winner of fox's "masterchef" is blind. >> i just can't believe it. i'm the master chef. >> reporter: christine ha's path to victory began weeks ago with these first tentative steps onto the national stage. >> wow. >> wow. >> we've never had a blind contestant. welcome. >> thank you. >> reporter: week after week -- >> it's a catfish braised in a clay pot. >> reporter: the houston woman manages to whip up culinary masterpieces. >> i love the fact you're tasting everything. >> i have to. i can't see. >> reporter: with only her senses of taste, smell and touch. >> that's one of the most delicious dishes i've tasted in the competition so far. congratulations. >> thank you. did i set the olive oil somewhere right here? >> reporter: the judges do give her some help. >> this is cindy. she's my guide and my aide. she's pretty much my eyes. >> reporter: to level the p
owens of san pablo and daniel ray carter of san francisco. the break-in happened at a pg&e substation in novato near bellher and keys boulevard. when officers arrived at the scene, the men were scene fleeing from a building. police caught one right away. it took locker -- longer to find the other one in a business parking lot. >> we had more officers assisting. the other subject was located hiding under a car cover. >> they are now booked into the marin county jail on a number of burglary charges. >>> president obama is back in washington, d.c. this hour after two appearances in new york city. first he spoke before the united nations' general assembly where the discussion was focused on anti-american rage in response to a low- budget film that makes fun of the muslim prophet muhammad. the president said the film is an insult not ownly to muslims but to america as well. >> i have made it clear the united states had nothing to do with this video. i believe its message must be rejected by all who respect our commonality. >>> candidate mitt romney spoke at the clinton global initiative a
marijuana dealers. the person who shot and killed petrole was owen barber. barber testified that justin wolfe hired him to kill daniel petrole. but since then owen barber has recanted that testimony and even told a federal judge that the only reason he said wolfest hired him to do it was to avoid the death penalty himself. that evidence convinced the judge along with other evidence that he found that prosecutors withheld information and evidence that would have helped wolfe. the judge threw out the conviction and the death sentence. the case went to a federal appeals court which found the same. so now we're back here in prince william county court where the defense had a motion to set justin wolfe -- release him on bond. the commonwealth's attorney who has the case argued that he should not be set free. he said he might be a flight risk and that he had been a drug kingpin and there was no reason to release him, that the federal court hearings were federal and were separate and that now we're in the commonwealth. the judge deciding against the defense. it was a crushing blow for justin w
. in an exclusive interview with 60 minutes, mark owen spoke about the training that went into the raid, and his revelations in the book. >> these pilots are the best in the world. you don't get better than these guys. and typically boom, they move right in and stick it. like parking a cafor these guys. and it was a rough, it was a rough ride. so something was obviously going on. the tail rotor and everything happened to miss this wall here and then we were just kind of sliding and falling out of the sky this way. at this point pretty sure we were definitely going in. >> going to crash? >> yeah. >> owen did not obtain permission from the pentagon the white house or the cia before publishing the book, and as a result he could face legal problems if the government decides that his book discloses classified information that could harm national security. >>> still to come when 9news now continues. today i am saluting an organization that has been helping people break the cycle of poverty through education. stay with us. >>> i'm randall pinkston with the latest on the battle over how to hon nor the v
was sentenced to death. the killer owen barber who was serving 35 years testified wolfe hired him to do it but barber has since recanted and said he lied to save himself. prosecutors say they're preparing to retry justin wolfe. >> he is a changed man and he spent 10 years on death row. enough is enough already. >> this has been the strongest scared straight program any kid could ever go through. >> justin has grown up, he has watched a number of men walk off to their death from death row. and that is quite a lesson that no one should ever have to experience. >> a new trial date has been set for october 15th. >>> front and center, the virginia board of health and the fight over abortion clinics. at issue, do clinics have to meet stringent hospital-like standards to keep going. surae chinn was on the scene as the big decision came down. >> reporter: the vote was 13-2 to adopt the stricter guidelines. the two opposing board members left in tears when the vote came down the crowd erupted. they had sat together in peace but left in turmoil. angry pro-choice advocates shouting politics won an
their game in atlanta while the nats were going extra innings in st. louis. that's where dave owens is reporting tonight. what's the mood out there? >> reporter: i'll tell you what, bruce, i was all ready for a celebration tonight. i had my goggles ready. i've got a poncho over here. you can't see it, but i was ready for the champagne. but tonight's game one of the weirdest we've seen in awhile. let me take you to the first inning. i'll have kristen berset detail this a little more later, but mike morris hits a home run that appears to be a home run. the umpires say it's not a home run. all kinds of confusion ensues on the base pass. they eventually tag out mike morris and replay the play. they come back, it's called a home run. so everyone's got to come back out onto the field and go through the motions one more time. so they call it a home run grand slam in the first inning. so let's fast-forward in the ninth inning now. drew on the close, he couldn't do it. john jay, a sacrifice. we go from 4-0 to 4-4. then to the tenth, kirk suzuki drives in a couple and the nats finally win 6-
would drop right there. but they say he went back into the room, mark owen said he's not clear who shot bin laden originally. when they went back into the room mark owen and the man behind him shot him in the chest any way by his bed. okay, that's fascinating. that'sthat's a strange accounting of the situation. when asked wait a minute, he was already shot in the head. and then you shot shot him again. is that an assassination. >> it was made very clear to us throughout our training for this, hey, if give the opportunity, this is not an assassination. you will capture him alive if feasible. >> that was the preferred thing. >> yes. >> to take him alive if you could. >> yes, yes, i mean, we're not there to assassinate something. we were not sent in to murder him. >> cenk: i want to making is very clear. they were in the dark. someone shot at him. later they could not see him hands. later think say they saw weapons in the room. although not near bin laden. i'm not blaming them. but it's a strange accounting of the story. they think they shot him in the head. then they come over to his bed
laden. >> reporter: he goes by the name marne owen. he is the former navy seal turned author who penned the book no easy day. it tells the firsthand account of the u.s. military raid that killed osama bin laden. >> this has been lots of build- up because no one has read the book in advance. it is something that we've never seen before. >> reporter: oween has come under heavy scrutiny and his life has been threatened. he is speaking out for the first time. owen sat down with 60 minutes but for security reasons, both his appearance and his voice were altered. >> this operation was one of the most significant operations in u.s. history and it is something that i believe deserves to be told right and deserves to go in a book and stand for itself. >> reporter: not everyone agrees. >> the american public doesn't need to know what happened exactly in that building. >> reporter: the pentagon as gone as far as threatening legal action for an alleged violation of nondisclosure agreements. that because the manuscript was not submitted for prepublication security review. >> it doesn't matter if the
owen. he was on the helicopter that crashed in pakistan in may 2011. he was also the second man that entered bin laden's bedroom. owen spoke to "60 minutes" in a disguise, using makeup to alter his face. his voice was also altered. he says 24 men trained for the mission in north carolina. >> this was absolute ly not a kill only mission. it was made very clear to us throughout our training for this that, hey, if given the opportunity, this is not an assassination. you will capture him alive if feasible. >> the pentagon is considering legal action against owen, claiming the book contained classified information. owen says nothing in the book compromised u.s. safety or security. >>> the federal government expects to recognize that workers and those living near ground zero following the 9/11 attacks developed cancer as a result. the national institute for occupational safety and health will announce the findings this week. cancer is just one of the diseases covered in the james zedroga act named after a detective who died at the age of 34 after working at ground zero. about 400 resi
operations aviation regiment, flew at treetop level on a moonless night to avoid pakistani air defenses. owen showed us on a model that we built how they reached the target and prepared to slide down ropes into the compound, but then everything went wrong in owen's chopper. >> we banked hard 90 degrees. once we went hard 90, it was very apparent that something was wrong. >> something about the downdraft hitting the complex of walls below caused the heavily-loaded helicopter to falter in the air. >> these pilots are the best in the world. you don't get better than these guys. typically, they move right in and they stick it. it's like parking a car for these guys. it was a rough, rough ride. so something was obviously going on. tail rotor and everything happened to miss this wall here. we were sliding and falling out of the sky this way. at this point, i was pretty sure we were going in. >> going to crash? >> yeah. >> as the helicopter is going down, what were you thinking? >> this is going to suck. hey, wow. >> scott pelley reporting. the pentagon has serious concerns after reviewing the book
a room. but mark owen, speaking for the first time, said he was shocked as he put his head around the door moments after the seals had killed his son. >> some people would argue why did that point man take those shots? well, immediately the first door we went to, my team was engaged by enemy fire through the door. so automatically we know we're going into an enemy compound. shots being fired back at us immediately, a.k. found next to khalid on the stairs. all those boxes had been checked that if a guy sticks his head around a corner, he very easily could have a gun. you don't wait to get that a.k. or the grenade thrown down the hall, or the suicide vest. so in the split second, that's when he engaged. >> the seal's new they needed absolute proof that the man they had killed was bin laden, and it was owen's job to take photographs of the body. >> i figured these were probably some of the most important photos i would ever take in my life. make sure i do it right, get good angles. all this other stuff. you've got to clean off the face, so it's dent final. one of my buddy had a cam b
owens. >> reporter: derek, i'll tell you what, 30,000 plus showed up at nats park here tonight to witness a little history. and i think they saw it. check that out, huh? nats playoffs 2012. i tell you what, whoever thought those words would be put in the same sentence. let's take a look at some of the video from the game tonight. it was a beautiful night for baseball. i'll tell you, the weather broke. it was absolutely perfect. a lot of guys getting into the act. danny espinosa. doubles to the wall. he scores ian desmond, the birthday boy. nats get a solid performance from ross detwiler as well pitching wise. and we can say it, it's official, nats playoffs here we go. >> what's the big deal? [ laughing ] >> it was fun, but it's not what i had my eye on. it's a nice step to get here. but, you know, every manager that is leading the division, that's the only thing that matters winning the division. >> reporter: what a night out here. again, 30,000 plus witnessing this history. the first time a dc area baseball team can say they're going to the playoffs in 79 years. much more comi
options are now being considered. the author who calls himself mark owens was interviewed in disguise by scott pelley for "60 minutes." here is part of that interview. >> was the plan to kill osama bin laden or capture him before you went in? >> this was absolutely not a kill only mission. it was made very clear to us throughout our training for this, hey, if given the opportunity, this is not an assassinati assassination. you will capture him alive, if feasible. >> that was the preferred thing? >> yes. >> to take him alive if you could? >> yes. i mean, we're not there to assassinate somebody. we weren't sent in to murder him. this was, hey, kill or capture. >> they would fly from afghanistan in two modified blackhawk helicopters to bin laden's compound in pakistan. pakistan didn't know they were coming. the helicopters flown by the army's 160th special operations aviation regiment flew at treeton level on a moonless night to avoid pakistani air defenses. owen showed us on a model that we built how they reached the target and prepared to slide down ropes into the compound. but then ev
brought their kids back down. >> owens and his wife mary manage to keep the school going even when the economy tanked right after taking out a loan to fix the leaky roof. but then the killing of four oakland police officers, two right outside his door. >> -- now since the police killing right in front of our school, it just went straight down and it was hard to hold on to students. >> reporter: this summer, the couple squared up with reality. >> and we realized we couldn't hang on anymore. have to -- so we announced august 26th to the students we were going to have to let the business go. three. >> reporter: but long-time students are now rallying to help the owens keep the building, recalling the times when they refused to turn her away even when she couldn't pay for classes. >> so all that training that i got, i gave that to my children and my nieces and my sisters and my nephews, and it just spiralled. >> go. >> reporter: the bank gave owens until october 11th to come up with a financial plan. he figures he can survive if he can sign up 60 new students by then. >> years ago, me
is ranked 20th in the "u.s.a. today" poll. now here's dave owens with the rest of your morning sports. >>> good morning, emp. steve -- everybody. stephen strasburg creeping ever so closer to the 160 innings. he's shaking off statistically his second worst performance of the year. five runs in five innings on tuesday. yesterday let's see if he could get back on track. he was cruising through the first four innings with a little defensive help. brian anderson lifts this one to bryce harper. alan craig on third trying to score. don't do it, alan. don't do it. welcome to the harper hose. nice throw from the outfield. in the 4th inning, turning in and burning on one, the second home run in four days. 1-0 nats. tied at 2 in the 7th. another critical rbi base knock. nats get the victory 4-3. to more starts for strasburg. >>> orioles and yankees, this one was tight as well till reynolds got a hold of things. not just one but two home runs. that one out of the park. the os come back with four in the 6th inning. there's the other one. he had a big day. they beat the yanks 8-3. now just two game
of "the sun" in great britain, and the author under the pen name of mark owen describes high drama and a brush with disaster as his team of navy s.e.a.l.s was about to storm osama bin laden's compound. the newly released excerpts come just days after the pentagon threatened to file criminal charges against the former s.e.a.l. who wrote "no easy day." but an attorney for the author says the book doesn't reveal any secrets that would put current navy s.e.a.l.s at risk. in the book, owen describes in great detail the conditions leading up to perhaps the most famous commando raid in u.s. history. one minute out, the black hawk crew chief slid the door open. i could just make him out holding up one finger and glanced around at my s.e.a.l. teammates. this team had been handpicked from the most experienced men in our squadron. owen stresses that there was still no way to know for sure if osama bin laden was inside. we were now less than a minute from the compound. intelligence said our target was there. but it didn't matter. whoever was in there was about to have a bad night. as we now kn
earlier, the steinbeck, to california, they were ostracized. buck owens used to have a chip on his shoulder. after he died, i read something. what he told me one time was about the shame he felt about thatfamily being so pouor they had one toothbrush. i swore i would never be the sport ever again in my life. -- be this poor ever again in my life. we are shaped by all of those disparate elements in our life. i started listening, the palomino was a famous nightclub. a world-famous country nightclub that started in the early 1950's. everybody stops there and played. the owner told me one night, i was really proud for him that i was able to pull in to that night club. down the block, they were lined up. we were in his office and he had a safe open. he watched me over the last two years place this club and come from obscurity and start to become somebody who was knocking on the door of being known and he said, i've been watching you. the last person i did this, i had to go see him at the hollywood bowl. i said, wow. he said, linda ronstadt. she was here. the last show she played here, y
"no easy day" using the pseudonym mark owen. he was on the helicopter that crashed in pakistan in may of 2011. he was the second person that entered bin laden's bedroom. owen spoke to "60 minutes" in a disguise using makeup to alter his face. his voice was also altered. he explains how they were able to shoot and kill bin laden's son. >> he literally whispered, not amped up, not anything. hey, khalid. khal khalid. whisper's khalid's name. doesn't know if it's khalid or not. khalid literally looks back around the edge of the hall, and he shoots him. >> the pentagon is considering legal action against owen, claiming the book contains classified information. owen says nothing in the book compromises u.s. safety or security. >>> new this morning, u.s. officials hand over control of bagram prison to the afghani government. the ndover ceremony happened early this morning north of kabul. the prison holds 3,000 detainees, including many taliban and other terror suspects. hamid karzai called the moment a victory for afghan sovereignty. >>> this morning officials are trying to determine who's r
many neighborhoods in its path. ryan owens in louisiana again tonight. >> reporter: the thousands who fled their homes north of new orleans this weekend -- >> an immediate and mandatory evacuation. >> reporter: -- got to come home this morning. they live near a canal that authorities thought was about to fail. look how isaac's water eroded the earth around it. saturday crews opened the lock to relieve the pressure and now believe the danger has passed. >> the current situation is, everything is stable. the integrity of the structure is fine. >> reporter: here's what's not fine. the temperature. the heat index in new orleans today is 105. with a quarter of million people without power, without air conditioning for a fifth straight day, the misery index is higher than that. >> everybody sitting on their front porches. that's the only place to get a breeze, and not, you know, be sweltering in your own house. it's been sort of miserable, but we're hoping that around the corner they'll get the power on by today. >> reporter: most of the areas rivers are receding. the exception is the pearl
the threat of flooding. ryan owens is in louisiana tonight. >> the thousands who fled their homes this weekend -- >> an immediate and mandatory evacuation. >> got to come home this morning. they live near this canal in saint tammany parish that authorities thought was about to fail. >> look how the water eroded the earth around it. on saturday they opened the lock to relief the pressure and now believe the danger has passed. >> the current situation is everything is stable. the integrity is fine. >> here is what is not fine, the temperature. the heat index in new orleans today is 105. with a quarter of a million people here without power and without air conditioning for a fifth straight day, the misery index is higher than that. >> everybody has been hanging out on their front porches. that's the only place you can get a breeze and not -- it is sweltering in your own house. >> we are hoping around the corner they will get the power on. >> most of the rivers are receding. the exception is the pearl river where authorities warn more flooding is possible. you are looking at some of t
in an interview for "60 minutes." the former navy seal has written a book under the pen fame "mark owen." and on "60 minutes" this sunday he will describe the assault and how he took the pictures to prove that bin laden was dead. >> i figured these were probably some of the most important photos i'd ever taken in my life so make sure i do it right, get good angles and all this other stuff. but you know you've got to clean off the face so it's identifiable as possible, spread water on him, took a sheet off the bed, wiped the blood off and took photos. >> pelley: wiping the blood off of osama bin laden's face. and you shot pictures of his face in a profile. can you describe what they looked like? >> they're pretty gruesome. >> pelley: owen's first-person account of the raid will be the full hour on "60 minutes" this sunday at 7:00, 6:00 central. in syria today there were two deadly bombings in the capital, damascus. in one of them at least five policemen were killed. it is just the latest violence in a civil war that began as an uprising against the assad dictatorship a year and a half ag
. how did they do it? ryan owens has the details. >> reporter: tonight one fifth of this mexican prison, 129 inmates, are free after a daring escape just three miles from the united states. this border crossing at eagle pass, texas is on alert and residents of the sleepy border city have been warned to call police if they see strangers. mexican prosecutors say the escapees, including many members of violent drug cartels, dug a tunnel through the prison's workshop. while a great escape through a tunnel may remind you of the "shawshank redemption," in this case it wasn't just one escapee. all 129 squeezed one by one through an opening a few feet wide. they used ropes and electric cables to pull themselves to the guard tower where they tied up the guard. next they cut the chain link fence that stood between them and freedom and ran for it. authorities think the tunnel had been around a few months and doubt the inmates dug it without anyone knowing. in fact, police have detained the prison director and a dozen guards suspecting this escape was an "inside job." tonight, mexican special force
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